"Do you see banks or schools outside?"
Translation:Kint bankokat vagy iskolákat látsz?
It says "Another correct solution" is the exact same thing with a lowercase "K" in "kint". Is it not necessary to capitalize words at the beginning of a sentence in Hungarian?
There are still quite a few places where you'll see "another correct solution" offered with incorrect capitalization. This almost always happens in sentences where an optional pronoun has been removed from the beginning of sentence (leaving an uncapitalized word at the beginning) or added to the beginning of a sentence (making two capitalized words in a row).
In the 'correct order' means another thing. If you want to do it in question form you should say "Látsz kint bankokat vagy iskolákat?"
Is "Te bankokat látsz vagy iskolátak kint" incorrect because it is not in interrogative form?